As formerly introduced back in December bay area tech conferences 2017, the unique FITT360 360 wearable camera has now released via Kickstarter, with the purpose of elevating $50,000 over the following 43 days to make the jump into manufacturing. The campaign is off to an amazing begin thanks to over 220 backers who’ve already help improve nearly $40,000. The FITT360 wearable camera has been especially designed to offer an unobtrusive and easy way to seize and share moments in 360 degree true first person perspectives, say its creators Linkflow based in San Francisco California.
The concept behind a wearable camcorder is to seize the sector round you in an unobtrusive way. There are three cameras on the wearable neckband — one near to the front, one at the side and any other close to the rear. Each digital camera is capable of taking pictures the world in 180-degrees. All you need to do is press a button, and it’ll begin recording, allowing for a hands-free capture experience as well. And since it has WiFi, you can even use it to livestream on some thing like Periscope if you fancy.
As for getting content off your headset, you can either export it as a massive 360-degree image or only a single picture in full HD. Video is captured in 4K. The FITT360 is also IPX rated to be water resistant, so no concerns approximately taking this out in the rain. It also comes in small, medium and large.
Also, the FITT360 is not just a camcorder. There’s an embedded GPS, so you can figure out what route you’ve hiked, and it has Bluetooth and a microphone, so you can use it as a headset.
The FITT360 launched on Kickstarter today, and it already blew past its $50,000 goal. It’s unclear what the final retail price will be, but if you fancy getting one for yourself, the prices on Kickstarter range from $370 all the way to $599.99.